Wednesday, 6 July 2016

FM suggested out on the issue of Minimum Pay and Multiplication Factor may be referred to a committee

FM suggested out on the issue of Minimum Pay and Multiplication Factor may be referred to a committee


“On 30.06.2016, the NJCA was informed to meet Finance Minister and some ministers at Home Minister residence. Accordingly, few NJCA members met the ministers at 09.30 p.m. The views of NJCA and the disappointment of Central Government employees placed before them. Then Finance minister suggested out on the issue of minimum pay and multiplication factor may be referred to a committee. But NJCA leaders said that if any official meeting is convened or official communication issued, it may be placed before the NJCA and consider to meet and discuss otherwise, we do not agree and continue with our Strike proposal.”

CONTINUATION OF STRIKE ON 11.07.2016

INTUC
INDIAN NATIONAL DEFENCE WORKERS FEDERATION
R. Srinivasan
General Secretary
INDWF/Circular/025/2016
Date 05.07.2016
To
All Affiliated Unions of INDWF,
Office Bearers & Working Committee members of INDWF

Dear Colleague,
INDWF vide its circular No.24 Dt 28.06.2016 communicated to all our affiliated unions to continue the momentum generated, to hold demonstrations, rallies etc in all work places every day from 4th July, 2016 to 10th July, 2016 to intensify the Indefinite Strike w.e.f.11.07.2016 from 0600 Hrs as per the decision of NJCA.

After the Cabinet meeting of Government of India held on 29.06.2016 approved the 7th CPC recommendations without any change in the Empowered committee’s recommendations which has disappointed the Central government employees as a whole. The Cabinet further considered appointing committees for the following issues to a committee to decide within a period of 4 months.

1.)The commission examined a total of 196 existing Allowances and by way of rationalisation, recommended abolition of 51 Allowances and subsuming of 37 allowances. Given the significant changes in the existing provisions for allowances which may have wide ranging implications the cabinet decided to constitute a committee headed by Finance Secretary for further examination of the recommendations of 7th CPC on allowances. The committee will submit its report within 4 months in a time bound manner. Till a final decision, all existing allowances will continue to be paid at the existing rates.

2) Cabinet decided to constitute two separate committees.

a) To suggest measures for streamlining the implementation of National Pension System (NPS).
b) To look into anomalies like to arise out of implementation of the commission’s report.
Main features of the adverse recommendations of VII CPC and cabinet approval.
Minimum pay increased from Rs.7000/- to Rs.18000/- only against Rs.26000/- increase of total pay on revision is 7000 + 125% of DA Rs.8750 =Rs.15750/-. Total minimum pay Rs.18000 —Rs.15750 = increase only Rs.2750/-. Out of Rs.2750/- 10% Pay towards NPS = Rs.1800 – balance Rs.950/- Total increase amounts only Rs.950/- for next 10 years. No increase in allowances, All interest free advances abolished. This has caused very serious discontentment among Central Government employees.
* CCL — 1st year 100% salary 2nd year only 80% salary
*Meagre increase in minimum pay.
*Fitment Factor is 2.57 to apply for pay revision.
* CGIES (insurance) no change.
* Rate of annual increment retained at 3%.
After the approval of VII CPC report by Government of India on 29.6.2016, the NJCA met on 30.06.2016 at Delhi and unanimously decided to continue the Indefinite Strike w.e.f.11.07.2016.

On 30.06.2016, the NJCA was informed to meet Finance Minister and some ministers at Home Minister residence. Accordingly, few NJCA members met the ministers at 09.30 p.m. The views of NJCA and the disappointment of Central Government employees placed before them. Then Finance minister suggested out on the issue of minimum pay and multiplication factor may be referred to a committee. But NJCA leaders said that if any official meeting is convened or official communication issued, it may be placed before the NJCA and consider to meet and discuss otherwise, we do not agree and continue with our Strike proposal.
Then the NJCA met on 01.07.2016 again the above views were adopted and decided to meet on 06.07.2016 awaiting for any official communication from the Government of India.

Hence, it is intimated to all our affiliated unions, the attitude of Government of India without holding any discussions and not willing to settle the demands through mutual discussions and deciding unilaterally ignoring the National Council JCM is considered a highly objectionable and not agreeable. Thus, NJCA decided to proceed with our decision to commence Indefinite Strike w.e.f.11.07.2016 from 6.00 a.m. onwards.
Any progress before 10.07.2016 takes place, it will be accordingly intimated but till such time you have to proceed with all action for the success through Indefinite Strike.
Yours Sincerely,
Sd/-
(R.SRINIVASAN)
General Secretary
Source: INDWF

NJCA meet today to decide future course of action on Indefinite Strike

NJCA meet today to decide future course of action on Indefinite Strike

“Since the Leaders of NJCA are meeting today (6th July 2016) at 11:00 hrs., in JCM Office at New Delhi, the expectations are at high to know the recent development in implementation of 7th CPC recommendations and of course about Indefinite Strike also.”

NJCA says No to implementation of 7th CPC, until Govt increase the Minimum Pay and Fitment Factor


The NJCA will be meeting today to decide the future course of action on Indefinite Strike and Government decision on implementation of 7th Pay commission recommendation. The Leaders of NJCA are so discontented with Government’s unilateral decision on implementing 7th Pay Commission.

The Leaders told, “Just Rs.2250 hike recommended in 7th CPC minimum pay has been hyped by Govt and Media as multi folded increase is given to CG Employees in 7th Pay Commission. They obviously tried to create a false public opinion that the CG employees are overpaid. It is totally irrelevant and wrong news being publicized excessively by the Government and Media”.

They further told that arriving Minimum Pay need to be justified by Dr. Akhroyd Formula and 15th ILC norms. But this Rs.18000/- minimum pay recommended by 7th pay Commission is not at par with the Minimum wage to be paid to meet the living standard prescribed by WHO or by Dr. Akhroyd Formula and 15th ILC Principles.

It is said that when NJCA Leaders met the Group of Ministers on 30th June 2016, they actually conveyed their views to GOM to postpone the implementation of 7th Pay Commission until negotiated settlement is arrived at the issue of Minimum Wage and Fitment factor. Because they feel that if recommendations of 7th pay commission are implemented without any increase, it would be difficult to force or convince the Government to revise the Minimum Pay after implementation

It seems that the Central Government Employees and their Federations won’t compromise on this Minimum Wage and Fitment factor issue.

Since the Leaders of NJCA are meeting today (6th July 2016) at 11:00 hrs., in JCM Office at New Delhi, the expectations are at high to know the recent development in implementation of 7th CPC recommendations and of course about Indefinite Strike also.

7th Pay Commission: Central government employees strike deferred

7th Pay Commission: Central government employees strike deferred

New Delhi: The National Joint Council Action (NJCA), a confederation of 3.3 million central government employees has deferred the nation-wide indefinite strike from July 11 , as the central government has formed a committee of Ministers to negotiate with union leaders on their demands including hike in minimum pay from Rs 18,000, which was recommended by the 7th Pay Commission and was approved by the cabinet on June 29.
“Since the Prime Minister has intervened and initiated the process of negotiation, the top leaders of NJCA have decided to differ from the indefinite strike which was planned from July 11 and further talks will be carried out,” said N Kanniah, NJCA convener (South Zone).

It may be noted that the NJCA had earlier announced plans to go on nation-wide indefinite strike from July 11, followed by cabinet approval of 7th Pay Commission recommendations.

The Cabinet ditto with the 7h Pay Commission recommendations, the commission recommended 23.55 per cent hike in salaries, allowances and pensions and a 14.27 per cent increase in basic pay for Central government employees, the lowest in 70 years.

The cabinet has increased the minimum pay from existing Rs 7000 to Rs 18,000 while NJCA is demanding minimum pay Rs. 26,000.

“They have fixed the minimum wage at a meagre Rs. 18,000 in the 7th Pay Commission. In the 6th Pay Commission, the basic pay was Rs. 7,000. They took fitment factor 2.57. We are demanding 3.68 fitment fitment factor,” said Shiv Gopal Mishra, General Secretary of the National Joint Council of Action.

The government has come under intense pressure on indefinite strike of central government employees and dedided to hike the minimum pay of central government employees beyond Rs 18,000.

Accordingly, Three top ministers of Union government- Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Railways Minister called NJCA leaders at Rajnath Singh’s house on June 30 and assured that the minimum pay issue is going to be referred to one of two committees that the government is setting up to rectify any anomalies in the pay commission recommendation implementation with a better and reasonable offer of pay increase and expedite the settlement at the earliest.

The decision regarding going on strike will be taken at the meeting of NJCA today but speculations were rife that the NJCA will defer the July 11 indefinite strike after government heeded to their demand of increasing minimum pay to over Rs 25,000 from Rs 18,000 fixed after considering the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission.

The indefinite strike of NJCA will be tentatively postponed from July 11. If the negotiations with the government are fruitful, there will be no strike from July 11, top leaders of NJCA said before today’s meeting. However, a final decision will be taken only after consultations with all six central government employees unions, they added.

The six major Unions of the central government employees formed NJCA, including Confederation of Central Government Employees (CCGE), All India Defence Employee Federation and National Coordination Committee of Pensioners Association, which had called for the indefinite strike from July 11, protesting 7th Pay Commission recommendations.

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Pay Scales for PBORs of Armed Forces

Pay Scales for PBORs of Armed Forces


Army

PostPay BandGrade PayMilitary Service Pay#X Group Pay *
Sepoy5200-20200200020001400
Naik5200-20200240020001400
Havaldar5200-20200280020001400
Nb Sub9300-34800420020001400
Subedar9300-34800460020001400
Sub Major9300-34800480020001400

Air Force

PostPay BandGrade PayMilitary Service Pay#X Group Pay *
AC/LAC5200-20200200020001400
Corporal5200-20200240020001400
Sergeant5200-20200280020001400
Jr Warrant Officer9300-34800420020001400
Warrant Officer9300-34800460020001400
MWO9300-34800480020001400

Navy (X-Group)

PostPay BandGrade PayMilitary Service Pay#X Group Pay *
Apprentice5200-20200200020001400
Artificer – V5200-20200240020001400
Artificer – IV5200-20200280020001400
Artificer III – I**9300-34800340020001400
Chief Artificer9300-34800420020001400
MCPO – II9300-34800460020001400
MCPO – I9300-34800480020001400

Navy (Y-Group)

PostPay BandGrade PayMilitary Service Pay#
Seaman II /  I5200-2020020002000
Leading Seaman5200-2020024002000
Petty Officer5200-2020028002000
Chief Petty Officer9300-3480042002000
MCPO – II9300-3480046002000
MCPO – I9300-3480048002000

Source: 7thpaycommissionnews.in

7th Pay Commission and the military

7th Pay Commission and the military

Since 29 June, the day when the Central government announced the acceptance of the 7th Pay Commission report, there have been quite a few voices of concern, anguish and plain anger have been emanating from military veterans over the issue of continuing degradation of the military’s status in the overall government hierarchy. Most of the anger is justified but some of the contentions are not, simply because they are not based on facts as they obtain at the moment.

Take the case of allowances and the case of non-functional financial upgrade have NOT been accepted by the government and remain on table for discussions and their eventual resolution. Unfortunately, in absence of the actual notification, the old issue about disparity in allowances to be given to a civil service officer posted in the north-east vis-a-vis a soldier posted in Siachen continues to be cited as fact when in reality, the government has refused to accept this anomalous recommendation. However, many write-ups, discussions, WhatsApp and Facebook messages continue to harp on this single point, creating confusion in the minds of majority of serving and retired personnel.

The need right now is to have patience and not hasty conclusions, past experience notwithstanding. The 7th Pay Commission had made some completely absurd recommendations which, the government, after proper analysis aided by the three service headquarters, has NOT accepted. Contrary to several emails and WhatApp messages going around, rations to the military personnel have NOT been discontinued. Neither has the disability pension been reduced. But many of seem to ignore this. Yes, several anomalies carried over from the 6th Pay Commission continue to remain unresolved; yes the Central Armed ​Police ​Forces (CAP​Fs) are becoming increasingly vocal demanding parity or even higher status from that of the military; yes, the bureaucrats will try their best to degrade the military. But, like their predecessors, the current military leadership is doing its best to fight the onslaught. Some battles will be won; some others will result in stalemate and a few will be lost. The trick is to lend full support to those who are leading the battle and not ridicule them.

But I am sorry to say many seniors are—wittingly or unwittingly—running down the current leadership across the three services without full knowledge of what they are trying. The best course forthe moment, in my view, is to hold the horses and wait for the notification to be available in writing before rushing to pronounce judgement.

I write this even as I get an earful every week from my 84-year old father—who retired as Subedar Major in 1982, for those who don’t know—for not being able to find out why his bank account does not show any enhanced pension more than six months after the announcement of the One Rank One Pension award! Despite my so-called reach and contacts, I am still waiting for a satisfactory answer from the department of Ex-servicemen (non) Welfare. That personal frustration notwithstanding, I feel the need is to wait a little more before deciding on the next course of action and not forward half-baked posts and ill-informed opinions without application of mind.

If considered judgement is not applied, the military community will once again look foolish as it did in forwarding—on a large scale– a fictitious interview with former IAS officer Vivek Rae (who was member of the 7th CPC), which ostensibly displayed his total contempt for the uniform. That is just one instance. As someone who has had the privilege of reporting on the government and especially on the MoD for over three decades, all that I can say is: don’t play into the hands of those inimical to the services. By making rash comments, sweeping generalisations and fictional charges, the military community is only aiding those who wish to see a servile, subservient and demoralised military.

This post is sure to anger many seniors and the perpetually ‘on the boil’ veterans but please view this issue in a broader perspective and introspect whether hasty conclusions are in the best interest of the organisation all of you had the privilege of serving.

Source: abplive.in

Grant of Permission for journeys performed by Officers/officials in Airlines other than Air India

Grant of Permission for journeys performed by Officers/officials in Airlines other than Air India


No.34/PCPA/Cor/Fin/MO/2016/514
Government of India
Ministry of Defence (Fin)

(Main Office)
New Delhi , 29th June, 2016
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:– Grant of Permission for journeys performed by Officers/officials in Airlines other than Air India-regarding.
The undersigned is directed to refer to this office earlier Office Memorandums of even number, dated 14-6-2016 and 21-6-2016 informing thereby about the decision of Ministry of Civil Aviation contained in their O.M.No. AV.18011/05/2012-AI, dated 20-5-2016 to authorize the FAs of Govt. Organisations to decide these cases without referring them to their administrative Ministry, provided the FA of the organisation is equivalent in rank to a Joint Secretary. It was inter-alia conveyed that respective Principal IFAs/IFAs not below the level of SAG can deal with the cases/requests relating to their respective organisations and the CGDA was advised to issue appropriate instructions directing respective IFAs to follow the criteria prescribed in the guidelines issued by Ministry of Civil Aviation and Ministry of Finance from time to time so that there is uniformity in grant of permission by the respective Financial Advisors.
2. It has been observed that requests for grant of permission to travel by Airlines other than Air India for official/LTC purposes are being submitted without complete information and requisite documents making it difficult for concerned Sections to process and decide such cases. Accordingly, for the guidance of all concerned and for ensuring uniformity in processing of such cases, it has now been decided to circulate a copy of gist of guidelines on the subject alongwith a proforma for applying for grant of permission to travel by Airlines other than Air India for official/ L TC purposes (annexure-A & B).The proforma has been devised considering various guidelines issued from time to time by Ministry of Finance for granting permission/relaxation to travel by Airlines other than Air India
3. CGDA and JS & Addi.FA dealing with Deptt. of OR&O are requested to bring these instructions to the notice of all concerned with the request to submit their cases in proforma at annexure-B duly filled in accordance with the guidelines at annexure-A.
4. These instructions are also brought to the notice of all concerned in MoD including MoD(Fin) for their guidance
5. This issues with the approval of Secretary(Defence Finance).
Encl.- as above
sd/-
(Ashwani Kumar)
Addl.FA(AK) & Joint Secretary
Tel.23011871

COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016

COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016




PAY ON 31.12.2015PAY ON 01.01.2016
01Pay in Pay Band 5200.007000.00 18000.00
Grade Pay – GP1800.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02DA @ 125% as on 01.01.20168750.000
03Total Pay15750.0018000.00

DEDUCTION

04Income Tax0.000.00
05CGEIS30.0030.00
06CHSS @ 1% of BP70.00180.00
07Professional Tax175.00225.00
08GPF @ 8.33% of BP583.001499.00
09License Fee135.00135.00
10Total deduction993.002069.00
11Take Home Salary:14757.0015931.00
12Increase in Salary = 18000 – 157502250.00
13% of Increase in Salary14.28%
14Increase in Take Home Salary = 15931 – 147571174.00
15% of Increase in Take Home Salary7.9%
COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016


PAY ON 31.12.2015PAY ON 01.01.2016
01Pay in Pay Band 5200.00 7730.00 19900.00
Grade Pay – GP1900.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02DA @ 125% as on 01.01.20169125.000
03Total Pay16855.0019900.00

DEDUCTION

04Income Tax0.000.00
05CGEIS30.0030.00
06CHSS @ 1% of BP77.00199.00
07Professional Tax175.00225.00
08GPF @ 8.33% of BP644.001658.00
09License Fee135.00135.00
10Total deduction1061.002125.00
11Take Home Salary:15794.0017775.00
12Increase in Salary = 19900 – 168553045.00
13% of Increase in Salary18.06%
14Increase in Take Home Salary = 17775 – 157941981.00
15% of Increase in Take Home Salary12.54%
COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016


PAY ON 31.12.2015PAY ON 01.01.2016
01Pay in Pay Band 5200.00 8460.00 21700.00
Grade Pay – GP2000.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02DA @ 125% as on 01.01.201610575.000
03Total Pay19035.0021700.00

DEDUCTION

04Income Tax0.000.00
05CGEIS30.0030.00
06CHSS @ 1% of BP85.00217.00
07Professional Tax175.00225.00
08GPF @ 8.33% of BP707.001808.00
09License Fee135.00135.00
10Total deduction1132.002415.00
11Take Home Salary:17903.0019285.00
12Increase in Salary = 21700 – 190352665.00
13% of Increase in Salary14%
14Increase in Take Home Salary = 19285 – 179031382.00
15% of Increase in Take Home Salary7.72%






COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016


PAY ON 31.12.2015PAY ON 01.01.2016
01Pay in Pay Band 5200.00 9910.00 25500.00
Grade Pay – GP2400.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02DA @ 125% as on 01.01.201612388.000
03Total Pay22298.0025500.00

DEDUCTION

04Income Tax0.000.00
05CGEIS30.0030.00
06CHSS @ 1% of BP99.00255.00
07Professional Tax175.00225.00
08GPF @ 8.33% of BP826.002124.00
09License Fee310.00310.00
10Total deduction1440.002944.00
11Take Home Salary:20858.0022556.00
12Increase in Salary = 25500 – 222983202.00
13% of Increase in Salary14.36%
14Increase in Take Home Salary = 22556 – 208581698.00
15% of Increase in Take Home Salary8.14%
COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016


PAY ON 31.12.2015PAY ON 01.01.2016
01Pay in Pay Band 5200.00 11360.00 29200.00
Grade Pay – GP2800.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02DA @ 125% as on 01.01.201614200.000
03Total Pay25565.0029200.00

DEDUCTION

04Income Tax473.00836.00
05CGEIS30.0030.00
06CHSS @ 1% of BP114.00292.00
07Professional Tax225.00225.00
08GPF @ 8.33% of BP946.002432.00
09License Fee310.00310.00
10Total deduction2098.004125.00
11Take Home Salary:23467.0025075.00
12Increase in Salary = 29200 – 255653635.00
13% of Increase in Salary14.22%
14Increase in Take Home Salary = 25075 – 234671608.00
15% of Increase in Take Home Salary6.8%






COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016


PAY ON 31.12.2015PAY ON 01.01.2016
01Pay in Pay Band 9300.0013500.00 35400.00
Grade Pay – GP4200.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02DA @ 125% as on 01.01.201616875.000
03Total Pay30375.0035400.00

DEDUCTION

04Income Tax954.001416.00
05CGEIS60.0060.00
06CHSS @ 1% of BP135.00354.00
07Professional Tax225.00225.00
08GPF @ 8.33% of BP1125.002948.00
09License Fee370.00370.00
10Total deduction2869.005373.00
11Take Home Salary:27506.0030027.00
12Increase in Salary = 35400 – 303755025.00
13% of Increase in Salary16.54%
14Increase in Take Home Salary = 30027 – 275062521.00
15% of Increase in Take Home Salary9.16%






COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016


PAY ON 31.12.2015PAY ON 01.01.2016
01Pay in Pay Band 9300.00 17140.00 44900.00
Grade Pay – GP4600.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02DA @ 125% as on 01.01.201621425.000
03Total Pay38565.0044900.00

DEDUCTION

04Income Tax1773.002730.00
05CGEIS60.0060.00
06CHSS @ 1% of BP171.00449.00
07Professional Tax225.00225.00
08GPF @ 8.33% of BP1428.003740.00
09License Fee370.00370.00
10Total deduction4027.007574.00
11Take Home Salary:34538.0037326.00
12Increase in Salary = 44900- 385656335.00
13% of Increase in Salary16.4%
14Increase in Take Home Salary = 17788 – 154032788.00
15% of Increase in Take Home Salary8.07%






COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016


PAY ON 31.12.2015PAY ON 01.01.2016
01Pay in Pay Band 9300.00 18150.00 47600.00
Grade Pay – GP4800.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02DA @ 125% as on 01.01.201622688.000
03Total Pay40838.0047600.00

DEDUCTION

04Income Tax2000.003270.00
05CGEIS60.0060.00
06CHSS @ 1% of BP182.00476.00
07Professional Tax225.00225.00
08GPF @ 8.33% of BP1512.003965.00
09License Fee370.00370.00
10Total deduction4349.008366.00
11Take Home Salary:36489.0039234.00
12Increase in Salary =  47600 – 408386762.00
13% of Increase in Salary16.56%
14Increase in Take Home Salary = 17788 – 154032745.00
15% of Increase in Take Home Salary7.52%









COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016


PAY ON 31.12.2015PAY ON 01.01.2016
01Pay in Pay Band 15600.00 22100.00 56100.00
Grade Pay – GP5400.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02DA @ 125% as on 01.01.201627625.000
03Total Pay49725.0056100.00

DEDUCTION

04Income Tax3695.004970.00
05CGEIS120.00120.00
06CHSS @ 1% of BP221.00561.00
07Professional Tax225.00225.00
08GPF @ 8.33% of BP1841.004673.00
09License Fee500.00500.00
10Total deduction6602.0011049.00
11Take Home Salary:43123.0045051.00
12Increase in Salary = 56100 – 497256375.00
13% of Increase in Salary12.82%
14Increase in Take Home Salary = 45051 – 431231928.00
15% of Increase in Take Home Salary4.47%






COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016


PAY ON 31.12.2015PAY ON 01.01.2016
01Pay in Pay Band 15600.00 25350.00 67700.00
Grade Pay – GP6600.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02DA @ 125% as on 01.01.201631688.000
03Total Pay57038.0067700.00

DEDUCTION

04Income Tax5158.007290.00
05CGEIS120.00120.00
06CHSS @ 1% of BP254.00677.00
07Professional Tax225.00225.00
08GPF @ 8.33% of BP2112.005639.00
09License Fee500.00500.00
10Total deduction8369.0014451.00
11Take Home Salary:48669.0053249.00
12Increase in Salary =  67700- 5703810662.00
13% of Increase in Salary18.69%
14Increase in Take Home Salary = 17788 – 154034580.00
15% of Increase in Take Home Salary9.41%







Source : http://nfaeehq.blogspot.in/

Grant of Permission for journeys performed by Officers/officials in Airlines other than Air India

Grant of Permission for journeys performed by Officers/officials in Airlines other than Air India

No.34/PCPA/Cor/Fin/MO/2016/514
Government of India
Ministry of Defence (Fin)
(Main Office)
New Delhi , 29th June, 2016
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:– Grant of Permission for journeys performed by Officers/officials in Airlines other than Air India-regarding.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this office earlier Office Memorandums of even number, dated 14-6-2016 and 21-6-2016 informing thereby about the decision of Ministry of Civil Aviation contained in their O.M.No. AV.18011/05/2012-AI, dated 20-5-2016 to authorize the FAs of Govt. Organisations to decide these cases without referring them to their administrative Ministry, provided the FA of the organisation is equivalent in rank to a Joint Secretary. It was inter-alia conveyed that respective Principal IFAs/IFAs not below the level of SAG can deal with the cases/requests relating to their respective organisations and the CGDA was advised to issue appropriate instructions directing respective IFAs to follow the criteria prescribed in the guidelines issued by Ministry of Civil Aviation and Ministry of Finance from time to time so that there is uniformity in grant of permission by the respective Financial Advisors.

2. It has been observed that requests for grant of permission to travel by Airlines other than Air India for official/LTC purposes are being submitted without complete information and requisite documents making it difficult for concerned Sections to process and decide such cases. Accordingly, for the guidance of all concerned and for ensuring uniformity in processing of such cases, it has now been decided to circulate a copy of gist of guidelines on the subject alongwith a proforma for applying for grant of permission to travel by Airlines other than Air India for official/ L TC purposes (annexure-A & B).The proforma has been devised considering various guidelines issued from time to time by Ministry of Finance for granting permission/relaxation to travel by Airlines other than Air India

3. CGDA and JS & Addi.FA dealing with Deptt. of OR&O are requested to bring these instructions to the notice of all concerned with the request to submit their cases in proforma at annexure-B duly filled in accordance with the guidelines at annexure-A.

4. These instructions are also brought to the notice of all concerned in MoD including MoD(Fin) for their guidance

5. This issues with the approval of Secretary (Defence Finance).
Encl.- as above
sd/-
(Ashwani Kumar)
Addl.FA(AK) & Joint Secretary
Tel.23011871

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